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    Crash on Mac

    Hi. Does it crash also when burning to a Bluray image file (.ISO file) and then burn the ISO file using the 'Write ISO' feature ? Could you also please try the 64-bit beta version in https://www.nchsoftware.com/beta/burnmaci.zip ?
  2. The following could lower the CPU consumption of Debut 1. In Encoder Settings change the video compressor to MPEG4 (from H264) and lower the quality/bitrate to Medium Quality 2. In Video Options lower the frame rate (e.g. to 10 or lower) 3. Resize Debut's window to the smallest possible size
  3. Are you using the Macbook Pro's internal mic? You could probably try enabling 'Use ambient noise reduction' under System Preferences' Sound -> Input setting . An external mic is indeed a a better alternative.
  4. Hi. Please do the following 1. Launch Terminal application 2. Run the following command: launchctl list |grep commandline 3. An item will show up like this: 558 0 7EH48C9K78.nch.commandlinehelper.debutstorefree511 4. Terminate it using this launchctl remove command, like this: launchctl remove 7EH48C9K78.nch.commandlinehelper.debutstorefree511
  5. Marc, I think Photos names full resolution versions of downloaded files from iCloud Photo Library as "fullsizeoutput_***.jpeg". You can verify that by right clicking on a picture in the image list/bin area and select Open File Location in the popup menu. It will show the file in Preview. Did you add the files from Photos using the file browser inside VideoPad (e.g. by clicking the Add File toolbar button) or by drag and drop from Photos? If the former, VideoPad will directly refer and use the original file inside the Photos library. If using the drag and drop from Photos I suggest to select the 'Move to folder' option in the dialog that shows up after the drop. Select a folder where the dropped files will be copied to. Otherwise the files will be copied to a subfolder inside /Users/<username>/Library/Containers/com.nchsoftware.videopad/Data/Library/Caches. For the drag and drop option VideoPad will just use the copied files (whether in the user chosen folder or in the Caches folder) and not the original inside the Photos library. It's just Apple's way of doing drag and drop from Photos
  6. Marc, are you using the Mac App Store version? If yes, in future edits please also try copying your media files to your Movies folder. You can place them in any sub-folder inside your /Users/username/Movies folder. Then add them to VideoPad from there
  7. SoundFlower is an alternative. Advantage is it's free ? https://rogueamoeba.com/freebies/soundflower/
  8. You can try these USB capture devices http://www.altoedge.com/video/siig-video-capture.html http://www.altoedge.com/usbcapture/elgato-vid-cap.html
  9. Hi Default cache folders are as follows: Website version: /Users/<username>/Library/Caches/com.nchsoftware.videopadpaid Mac App Store pro version: /Users/<username>/Library/Containers/com.nchsoftware.videopadpaid/Data/Library/Caches Mac App Store lite version: /Users/<username>/Library/Containers/com.nchsoftware.videopad/Data/Library/Caches Resource files are stored in the ~/Library/Application Support/VideoPad folders. Expand the "~/Library" folder using the paths above
  10. 1. What is the OSX version? 2. What is the exact Macbook Pro version? 3. Does the camera work in other apps like QuickTime or Skype? 4. Does the camera work in VideoPad (http://nchsoftware.com/videopad/) using Record -> Record Video ?
  11. Hi Roger. What version of VideoPad Mac are you using? Latest version is 5.30 which you can get from http://nchsoftware.com/videopad/vpmaci.zip . Please try it if you're using an older version
  12. Hi John Are you using the Windows or the Mac version? For either case, an alternative is to export to an ISO image file, and then use another program like ExpressBurn (http://www.nch.com.au/burn/index.html) to burn the ISO to the disc Lou
  13. Hi Marty, I'm in charge of PhotoStage Mac but looks like you're using the Win version. You could try exporting to an ISO image file, and then use another Windows program like ExpressBurn (http://www.nch.com.au/burn/index.html) to burn the ISO to the disc Lou
  14. Does the problem happen for other export formats like ogv, mkv, mpg, flv? An updated Mac version will hopefully be released by next week. In the meantime I've uploaded a development version to https://www.dropbox.com/s/c8hcaqzgplikojy/VideoPad.zip?dl=0 which you could try to see if this problem is fixed
  15. An updated Mac version will hopefully be released by next week. It will have APNG import and export features. In the meantime I've uploaded a development version to https://www.dropbox.com/s/c8hcaqzgplikojy/VideoPad.zip?dl=0 which you could try
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